TIME: ‘There Are No Words to Describe the Chaos’: Eyewitness Account of Bombing on Nigeria Refugee Camp

A bombing by the Nigerian Army has occurred in an internally displaced person camps in Rann, Nigeria. MSF teams have seen 120 wounded and at least 50 dead following the bombing. Teams are trying to provide emergency first aid in its facility and are stabilizing patients to evacuate wounded. We are asking the authorities to put all measures in place in order to facilitate the emergency evacuation of wounded (by air and land). Our medical and surgical teams in Cameroon and Chad are ready to treat wounded patients.
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MSF's field coordinator, Alfred Davies, was in northeastern Nigeria when a Nigerian military jet bombed a camp for internally displaced people. Here is his account. Read external media

A bombing by the Nigerian Army has occurred in an internally displaced person camps in Rann, Nigeria. MSF teams have seen 120 wounded and at least 50 dead following the bombing. Teams are trying to provide emergency first aid in its facility and are stabilizing patients to evacuate wounded. We are asking the authorities to put all measures in place in order to facilitate the emergency evacuation of wounded (by air and land). Our medical and surgical teams in Cameroon and Chad are ready to treat wounded patients.
MSF